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-day, pointe du hoc, pointe du hoc had six done that could reach omaha and utah beach as well as the naval ships that were out in the english channel. everything was done to neutralize guns in pointe du hoc. there were a thousand men, rangers assigned to that objective, they also send nearly a dozen aerial bombardment missions, a thousand bombers, hundred tons of ordnance was dropped on pointe du hoc. places turned to the surface of the moon, but as the book i am going to talk about today, "dog company," two men accomplished the mention of 1,000 men and 1,000 bombers, an incredible story. at 6:00 a.m. landing craft from force a were headed towards pointe du hoc, which is very interesting is a suspicious chain of the events took place the change the course of history, navigation error with the radar and the royal navy lt. that was guiding the boats was not working at that time, they were headed for the wrong objective which was an objective for the rangers, it was a cliff on the other side of omaha beach, they were not going to pointe du hoc. all the landing craft or heading in the wrong di
, which is most of the second ranger battalion, pointe du hoc had six guns that could reach omaha and utah beach as well as the naval ships l. out in the english channel. everything was done to neutralize the guns at pointe du hoc. there were a thousand men, as far as rangers that were assigned to that objective. they also said nearly a dozen aerial bombardments, a thousand bombers. 100,000 ordnance were dropped on pointe du hoc. the place was turned into the surface of the moon. ashore was bombarded. but as the book that i'm going to talk about today, "dog company," to mend accomplish mission of a thousand men, a thousand bombers. it's an incredible story. at 6 a.m., landing craft a force they were heading towards pointe du hoc. very interesting though, a suspicious chain of events took place that changed the course of history. navigation error of the radar in the world -- royal navy was not working at that time. they were headed for the wrong of jacket. it was a cliff on the other side of omaha beach. they were not going to pointe du hoc. all of the landing craft were headed in the wrong
of heavy snow through the center of omaha, lincoln, des moines, ames, madison, green bay. chicago, you look to be too warm, rainy for you. minneapolis, you're on the edge of the snow. heaviest to your south and east. the forecast for today, the rainy weather in the east will be exiting throughout the day. south, no problems in texas whatsoever. maybe a knew snow fleur eye ares in minneapolis. mara, the bottom line, we do have snow for the middle of country for a white christmas. >>> channing tatum is topping off the year with a big announcement. the "magic mike" star an his wife announced they're expecting a child. >>> kelly clarkson with big news herself. she's engaged. after tweeting fans she sent out a picture of her huge yellow canary engagement ring. >>> monday night, the actors vs. paid tribute to the victims of the shooting. ♪ hallelujah hallelujah hallelujah ♪ >>> and finally, celebrities from all over are wishing the world a happy holiday. >> hello everyone, i'm scarlett johansson. >> happy holidays. >> merry christmas, everyone. >> i'm wishing everyone out there a happy holida
. mild in the nation's midsection. pop-up showers in omaha, cincinnati and louisville. and scattered showers from the carolina coast through florida. >> 70s from dallas to miami. mostly 40s in the northeast and midwest. 37 in billings. >>> up next, a megabank braces for a major hit. layoffs for thousands of workers. >>> but things are looking up, though, for starbucks, which announces major expansion plans. ready to open two stores every day. >>> and later in "the pulse," a special view of the planet we call home sweet home. >>> welcome back, everyone. citigroup has announced plans to slash 11,000 jobs. it's part of its cost-cutting plan aimed at shrinking the company down to a more manageable and profitable size. more than half the cuts will come from consumer banking. and they are expected to save $900 billion over the the next year. investors seem impressed because citi stocks rose more than 6%. >>> wall street had a pretty good day overall, with stocks surging for the first time this week. the dow rose 82 points yesterday, to close above 13,000. investors appeared optimistic abou
's snowing. right over the top of omaha to des moines and ames, now it's snowing hard in areas of wisconsin, already 5 to 6 inches of snow on the ground there in madison. the winds on the backside, the snow that did fall is blowing all over the place. winds gusting to 50 in omaha, 47 in wichita and kansas city, the winds are picking up for you, too, as you're starting to get bands of snow on backside. who's going to get additional snow out of this? we're mostly talking another 6 to 10 inches possible from the dubuque area, madison and green bay. milwaukee and chicago, a little too warm. on the backside of this late today you'll get a quick burst of snow yourselves. you may pick up an inch or two. when that happens, the temperatures plummet and we'll get freezing around the road. on the south side of the thunderstorm this morning, a tornado warning north of jackson, mississippi. we're watching the deep south, mostly mississippi, alabama for severe thunderstorms and eventually those storms work their way towards atlanta. for the east coast, much of this morning's drive is just fine. tomorrow
of omaha. >> what is the principle of warren buffett's life that keeps him who he is, but keeps him in his house and omaha. what's that thing in life that drove him in high school and drives him now? >> well, he does like to succeed, but money is nothing, absolutely nothing. he's always been driven and he got interested in invest, when he was -- well, his first trade was at age 11. i have four grandkids and none seem to be headed in that direction. and he just, he always was interested in every element of investing. >> so he had a goal. >> he had a goal. and you're right, he likes winning. you like winning, you like succeeded, but money, and i'm not just saying this patronizing, because most really rich people i know, money is something that comes along with doing something they love, right? >> absolutely. >> so for you, what was that thing that drove you from an early age? >> i got interested in investing when i was like 7 or 8? i started reading every book in my dad's office and read every book in the public library. >> what was about that? >> it just fascinated me. the game fascinated m
and the rockies. the snow plains go down the border, omaha, north of chicago, the northern great lakes have snow, all of the upper midwest, and we've even got snow down through colorado and even new mexico. now we have 32% of the country covered by snow, which is where we should be for this time of the year. that's what it took. one big storm. will the cold and the snow remain? doesn't look like it. it's a little better than yesterday. the colder air finally made its way to the east coast. it does have some rain showers with it. some are moving through philadelphia right now and a also down in south florida and we had the tornadoes pretty nasty down in areas of florida. now, as far as radar, you can see philadelphia, through new jersey. this will come through the next hour, hour and a half. and then through connecticut it should be all gone by 8:00 a.m. definitely cooler on the east coast. in the midwest, you definitely remain on the chilly side but everything should have a dry afternoon. the exception, again, lynn, florida, low 80s and dodging showers. still hard to feel bad for them. >> yeah,
daytime highs. similar numbers. only 9 today in minneapolis, 18 in omaha. that arctic air is surging in. it will lead to light snow across the plains and ohio valley. paula and john, back to you. >>> time for the rest of the new year's eve weather. from across the nation. to the south, snow. expect thunderstorms in much of texas. oklahoma city, little rock, memphis. showers from seattle to portland. flurries around the great lakes, western pennsylvania, and northern new england. >> breezy in the mid 30s as the ball drops tonight in new york city. 20s in the northern rockies. 30s in the pacific northwest. still can't believe we're talking about 2013. >>> a new threat against americans overseas. >>> have no fear. your milk prices will not be soaring after new year's. that's in your business news straight ahead. >>> and a major announcement for i'm only in my 60's... i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only
of steinberg global asset management. and warren buffett, the oracle of omaha has plenty to say on taxes and the fiscal cliff: we talk with his long-time friend and "fortune" magazine journalist carol loomis. that and more tonight on "n.b.r." some straight talk from president obama tonight about the fiscal cliff. speaking to reporters from the white house he said he's ready and willing to get a comprehensive package done, but it's up to republicans and democrats to make it happen. >> nobody gets 100% of what they want. everybody has to give a little. >> susie: the president also proposed a smaller package that prevents taxes for 98% of americans from going up and for unemployment insurance to be extended. he pressed lawmakers to agree on this in the next ten days. darren gersh has details. >> reporter: one day after the collapse of efforts to avoid the fiscal cliff, all sides were speaker boehner tried to shift that burden, saying democrats unemployment insurance to be extended. >> we can't cut our way to prosperity we need real economic growth. and many of us believe on both sides of th
updateds from my computer of how much snow we could get. not a lot in denver, but from omaha, lincoln, des moines, ames, madison, green bay, you could have 6 to 12 inches of snow possible by the time it's done thursday night. the rain this morning will be exiting. the southeast is just fine. the midwest, you have one nice day today, and then that snowstorm is coming tomorrow. 6 to 12 inches, it looks like those areas will be guaranteed a white christmas. >> that's good for them. some people like that thing. >>> stocks jump on promising details out of obama and boehner's fiscal cliff negotiations, and walmart rethinks bushmaster guns. >>> and for the first time this year, gas prices in all 50 states below $4, and in some states almost below $3. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. your soups are so awesomely delicious my husband and i can't stop eating 'em! what's...that... on your head? can curlers! tomato basil, potato with bacon... we've got a lot of empty cans. [ male annocer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. house republican leaders say a new pr
, to omaha, lincoln, that's where the snow will be coming down hard. you want to get home early today before it gets dark. tonight the snow will really fly. up to a foot possible. the other side of this storm, it's such a dynamic, strong winter storm, we'll have enough warm air being pumped up from the south, we'll deal with a few tornadoes this evening in areas of arkansas. by this time torn mornimorrow ma line of thunderstorms sliding through. a fewwinds and power outages. for the northeast, only rain thursday night into friday morning, but it will be almost 80 today in dallas, on the north side of the storm in the 20s. that's the sign that we have a big, big storm. tomorrow, chicago will go from rain to snow. again, if you have to travel, pretty much nebraska, iowa, wisconsin, get it done early today. you won't want to do it tonight or tomorrow. >> i'll have to cancel my trip from kerney to lincoln. >> nice. >> i had a job in hastings, nebraska as the number two sports guy. good thing i didn't take it. let's talk some sports. nebraska a big sports state. victor cruz, this is a heart-warmi
love that. >>> this next one comes from wowt in omaha, nebraska while an 11-year-old faced down bullies to honor his late mother. cole grisham who was teased for his you long hair. his plan was to grow his locks long enough to donate them to kids with wigs. his donation was his way of honoring his mom who died from colon cancer when he was 3 years old. i'm mara schiavocampo. this is your first stop of the day on your nbc station. >> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 5:00 a.m. >> the storm system that brought all the snow and rain is clearing out to the east. just some sprinkles in the northern part of the delaware and moving through new jersey. there is some snow falling to parts of pennsylvania. we can see some snow near williamsport. the precipitation is quieting down. we have to watch out for some strong winds today. >> 4:56. maryland casinos hoping to boost their business. >> five days left to avoid the fiscal cliff. >> we are taking a live picture of the west side. have a good night. here you go. you, too. i'm going to dream about that
9 today in minneapolis, 18 in omaha. that arctic haair is surging in. it will lead to light snow across the plains and ohio valley. >>> time for the rest of the new year's eve weather. snow expected, thunderstorms in much of texas. oklahoma city, little rock, memphis. showers from seattle to portland. flurries around the great lakes, western pennsylvania, and northern new england. >> 20s in the northern rockies. 30s in the pacific northwest. still can't believe we're talking about 2013. >>> have no fear. your milk prices will not be soaring after new year's. >>> and major document for kim kardashian and yan west. 2013 promising to be a very big year for them. >>> welcome back, everyone. there won't be any crying over spiped milk. congress could vote as soon as today on a farm bill that extends price supports for milk. without them, the cost of a gallon would have doubled. the deal was reached yesterday. it includes aid for farmers hurt by the long drought this year. >>> the new york times is reporting that banking regulate rrs close to a $10 million settlement with 14 banks. most
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him. the other video i have is from omaha and same sort of style, creepy crawlers crawling through a hole. they tore through the wall and cal in. >> what? >> what's going on? >> i could even see maybe they don't want to be in the view of a window, but i don't see any windows in this interior office. >> no. at one point one of them gets locked outside the room they are trying to rob. they try to h the sa they try to steal the coins. they pull it away and look what happens. the bottom of the trash can falls out, coins go everywhere. regroup, put everything in a box and get away. leaving us with a clear shot of their faces. >> in this case going to a watery grave isn't a bad thing. >> give something else other than a reef to go look at. >> you're seeing neptune memorial reef, four miles off the coast of south beach, miami. it's an underground cemetery. >> like if i pass i can request to be buried in this underground cemetery. >> you bet. your cremated remains will be placed in one of 200 plots among these 44 different columns and statutes that they have underneath. it almost looks lik
gibson. now this oracle of omaha -- now, are you sick and tired of rich people telling us how much tax we are going to have to pay? >> this is absolutely absurd. what is raising the morale of the middle class going to do for the middle class? is it going to change the economy? no. are most people going to get hired? no. it is absolutely absurd for warren buffet to say something like that, and it kind of proves to me maybe we shouldn't listen to him if he can say stuff as dumb as that. joy don't they make a pilgrimage to omaha to listen to his annual shareholders conference or something like that? you are right, he did say raising taxes on the rich was, quote, to give the middle class a moral boost. >> a moral boost. a moral boost. a paycheck would be a moral boost. >> exactly. >> unemploy -- unemployment must numbers going down instead of up. this is absurd. >> doesn't he look like a grandpa? >> he looks like mr. mcgoo. >> don't go bowling with those guys. >> my morale -- >> it is a good t-shirt. >> my morale would be greatly boosted if we stopped giving taxpayer money to warren buffet to
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of which would prohibit new housing and therefore prohibit this project. so, if, of course, we had omaha, nebraskav this would happen at the last minute, my client would have paid for their own e-i-r two years ago paul lord offered us to get in on the overall area plan e-i-r. * we did a little financial analysis of that because each specific project would have to pay their share of that cost and turned out that was still very expensive. so, again, we decided to wait. never thinking that at the last minute the entire project type of housing would be banned from that block. so, in the * . i'm asking because of fairness, because we've been patiently waiting for seven years, to please grandfather in this pipeline project at 340-350 11th street. if you have any questions for me, i'm -- about this project, i'm here to answer them. of course, we would provide acoustic isolation, as i mentioned two weeks ago. we have a unit type mix of only small units along 11th street, only studios and small bedroom. this is a result of our working with the nighttime entertainment people. one of whom has told
along much of the pacific coast. >> a wet 44 in seattle. 52 in sacramento. mostly 40s from omaha to chicago and new york. near 60 in dallas and new orleans. >>> and when we come back, some hard facts about easy bake ovens. see what one girl is doing to level the toy oven playing field. >>> a ferocious fire tears up homes. and it all started when a natural gas line burst. >>> and mick jagger rocks the top-ten list. poking a little fun at 50 years of the stones. >>> welcome back, everyone. add retailers to those worried about the fiscal cliff. a walmart survey says customers know about the impending tax increases and spending cuts. and some are cutting back on their spending for the holidays. most retailers depend on this month's sales for their success. and poor results could be disastrous for them. >>> and bank of america customers aren't happy, either. the nation's second-largest bank had its lowest satisfaction score in 11 years. the worst for any major bank, in fact. it's the only one with a grade lower than before the recession. at the other end of the spectrum, though, is jp
in the midwest and rockies. 27 in fargo. 37 in the twin cities. and 50s from omaha to dallas. >>> and when we come back this morning, music and money. the woman who earned more than any other female singer this year. >>> and music to the ears of anyone that's is sick and tired of blaring tv ads. why you're going to get a break from the loud commercials starting today. >>> then, a ghost story caught on tape. the tv report that turned pretty haunting. i tried decongestants... i tossed and turned... i even vaporized. and then i fought back with drug-free breathe right. these nasal strips instantly open my nose, like a breath of fresh air. i was breathing and sleeping better. for the first time, the federal reserve is going to link interest rates to a specific unemployment number. fed chairman ben bernanke has announced rates will remain ultralow until the jobless rate drops below 6.5%. something that he says might not happen for at least three more years. >>> and the owners of more than 800,000 honda vehicles are going to be getting recall notices soon because their vans or suvs could roll away,
for today's storm, with winter weather warnings from nevada to michigan. places like omaha, des moines and goodland, kansas, are expected to get the worth of it. 6 to 12 inches accompanied by fierce winds. the wild weather is blowing in from st. louis to baton rouge, bringing thunderstorms and possible tornadoes. >> winter doesn't even officially start until what? friday. >> december 21st. >>> coming up next, mark zuckerberg's latest generous gesture, extremely generous is probably more accurate. >>> then, one of the most popular social media sites does a complete reversal after a user revolt. >>> and delivery day of a new escalator, high atop the new world trade center. i'm only in my 60's... i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. call and find out about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare ins
. blizzard warnings are in effect for eight states, with blinding snow coming down in major cities like omaha, des moines and green bay. >> whiteout conditions have caused numerous car crashes across several states, including nebraska, kansas and iowa. a state of emergency has been declared in wisconsin where many schools are close ed today. abc's ginger zee braved the storm in des moines. >> here to madison, wisconsin, in the next 24 hours, it will be a foot or more. the wind gusts will make drifts three to five feet, just as all of these holiday travelers hit the roads. >> planes, too. air travelers hoping to beat the christmas travel crush were stranded in denver as their flights were canceled. crews tried to deice planes and clear the runways. but they couldn't keep up with all of the falling snow. winter getting an early start. officially tomorrow, right? >>> and more on where that storm is headed and who will get the worst of it. >> meteorologist jim dickey is tracking it all from accuweather. good morning, jim. >> good morning, rob and sunny. a powerful area of low pressure will batter
came as far away from omaha nebraska to give them incentives to relocate to other areas. one of the most vocal voices was from holyoke massachusetts. they were ingenious lee is specifically designed for industry. it was hoped to be greater than the urban centers. holyoke was the greatest potential power of new england. the dam the connecticut river on the right is at the crest of a 60-foot fall capable of generating 30,000-horsepower that was the power of 300 mills. the cotton lords that created holyoake devised a three tiered canal system. it does not show on this map the connecticut river could be used over three times. holyoke made offers to the manufacturers in the valley. skinner is the only one who expected the offer and moved he is the only one who survives. skinner needed money and water power. skinnerville he would have to rely on steam to rebuild because the reservoir would not be rebuilt. going forward with the dry season when the river ran though, skinner would have to supplement with steam which was very expensive. for his amount of debt it was too expensive. he
was in the first wave to nit omaha beach, the only man in his unit to survive. r rarely spoke about that day, natirecalled the landing at the national memorial day concert in 2007. >> i was the second man off my barge. and the first and third man got killed. hereporter: later, he was bayoneted by a german soldier afore killing him with a rock. durning won a silver star and three purple hearts. like so many depression era kids, charles durning loved to work. "if i'm not in a part," he once said," i drive my wife crazy." charles durning is survived by three children. he will be buried at arlington national cemetery. a message of peace from a man oro knows the horrors of war. that's next. very sore looking kinda blistery. like somebody had set a bag of hot charcoal on my neck. i was a firefighter for 24 years. but, i have never encountered such a burning sensation until i had the shingles. i remember it well. i was in the back yard doing yard work. i had this irritation going on in my lower neck. i changed shirts because i thought there was something in the collar of the shirt irritating my nec
basketball fans from going to last night's game at creighton university in omaha. >> for those of us who are the adventurous type, the creighton game was a perfect out, to get out and go messing around a little bit instead of sitting in the house. it's -- we need the moisture. i'll take all the snow we can get right now. >> good luck getting home. the weather is also expected to cause airport delays. several airlines have waived the fees they usually charge to change flights. >> the know dropped more than a foot of snow in the pacific northwest in the snoqualmie pass and drivers needed chains to make their way through the mountains. there were a number of minor accidents. >>> today the house votes on john boehner's so-called plan b to avoid the fiscal cliff. it comes days before the automatic across-the-board spending cuts go into effect. he's aimed at keeping some tax rates at the current level. as well as forcing president obama to make a difficult decision. tara mergener is in washington. tara, good morning to you. >> good morning, terrell. well, speaker boehner has expressed confiden
, north and east of that, in toward des moines. we could also see in omaha, 6 to 12 inches. and then by tomorrow morning, you can see it begins to move into the upper midwest, milwaukee and madison, kansas city still on the back side. and now not only is this really a veracious snow maker, chicago finally gets into the snow 1 to 3 inches, but an incredible amount of wind with this. that's why blizzard watches and warnings are posted. also today, we do have maine getting into some snow, but that first system makes its way into northern new england from thursday into friday with another 6 inches. more on that coming up. >> all right. a veracious snow maker moving through the plains and midwest. thank you so much. >> everybody who wanted snow, right? there you have it. >> yeah, be careful what you you wish for. >>> take a look at this incredible video of a mud slide. this is near everett, washington. knocking seven passing railroad cars right off of their tracks. looks like toy cars i, right? it knocked out amtrak service in the entire area. it was caused by a rain soaked 100-
, wichita, omaha. that's where the highways are the worst, especially interstate 70 and 80, down around kansas city and topeka. the white is the snow. it's snowing good, des moines, dubuque through wisconsin. there's also the south side of this storm. i don't want to ignore the people to the south of that. that's where we'll be dealing with severe weather. as far as the snowfall totals, 6 to 12. it's the blowing and the drifting of the snow. wisconsin, areas from milwaukee northward could get the worst of this. we could be picking up 6 to 10 inches of snow. it will be windy and blowing behind that. a new tornado watch, if you're down there in mess miss, alabama, panhandle of florida, a chance of tornadoes until about noon today. if you're in the mobile area, you now have a tornado that's possibly heading your way in 15 minutes from now, mobile, alabama, heads up to you and your friends down there. we're not so concerned about deadly tornadoes or anything like that. it only takes one, i guess. >> on the snow, it's the blowing and the drifting. >> sideways snow. >> bill, thank you so much
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and that will cover area skies tomorrow and the warmer air that you see flooding in through omaha nebraska where it is 52 and denver where it is 57. we expect the southeast winds to turn southerly and pick up later tonight or tomorrow to push us near 50 degrees during the day tomorrow the system to watch here and we stars saturday morning is so low up in western south dakota and then tracks across downstream ill. a and northeast we will see the bright colors lighted up the screen because that is a winnfield developing as the storm deepens so that is quite interesting here is an estimate of rainfall this also looks at a second system later next week. not huge amounts of snow by heavier amounts to the north and of course we are days away from that thing. snow will be the last thing on our minds. sunday a cold rain could begin to fall in the area and it could mix with sleet or snow and it looks like a colder week ahead next week so we will keep an eye on that. the first snow of the year is always kind of interesting. starbucks introducing a premium gift card to buy their premium coffee it is calle
. sandra, thank you. to a god who has a total suite two. the oracle of omaha. he has since generated within $1 billion profit for warren buffett. right now, these are polar bear paws. white chocolate with the caramel and the nuts. those are flying off the shelves. this is a cash machine enabling warren buffett to buy other companies. how will they finally open permanent stores on the coast? joining me now brad kinstler. he is the ceo and president of see's candy. >> we enjoyed this holiday season. it is really big business for us. liz: well, it has to be. you open up these pop-up stores, these little gift centers, that do very well. now, the big story is you will try to go national. have you tried this before? >> in the 1990s. it was in the midwest. at that time, the competition was a little bit different than what it is today. the brandt was not quite as well known. california had a very growing population. the opportunities for the business was really back in the west coast during those years. they collected to pull back and focus on the west and, at this point, we now see the land scape
to 2012. here in omaha, nebraska. at the berkshire hathaway meeting. we are live in san francisco. we are watching greece again. mistakes are being raised and time is running out. >> the greek parliament at an emotional session. detaals going on outside. >> facebook has made its debut at. >> the market is having a turtle bay. and facebook is doing relatively well. liz: blockbuster upholding the insurance mandate that health care bill. >> is about access to care. >> the big rally in the markets across the board. a major blowout at the top of citigroup. >> we talked to charlie gasper enough today. the auto bailout proves to be interesting. you believe it was the one that won ohio for the president? >> yes, i believe it was great for the president. i think it hurts the governor. liz: today, the thousandth episode of countdown to the closing bell. >> i'm here to say congratulations. >> watching the show. at the end of the day, sometimes you get a little tired. some people take that five hour energy drink. and i just want you. you just have so much energy. >> here at the london olympics. >
side here is video out of omaha, neb. where you can see heavy snow in the area. the storm is being blamed for at least three deaths. on video out kansas city, missouri who is seeing heavy rain. out of the milwaukee wisconsin area they are dealing with snow as well. >> a another thing with this storm is that it usually brings a lot of winds. >> we're also seeing tornadoes that are coming across the south. a lot of people are getting ready to travel for christmas week. we are seeing major delays for o'hare. there are also delays for new work. >> o'hare is huge because it is right in the middle of the country. we have not seen the ripple affect reached san francisco. it has got a lot busy over the past few hours. a it is pretty along as far as the line is concerned. if this is a look at the line at the security check. the departures and drivefor arrivals are on time. they stated that letter on this morning this could impact the travel as far as delays. >> these planes may be late and they will be late everywhere. they may also be cancelled. we would just have to wait and see. let's ta
little christmas log there. omaha in the mid-teens and mid-40s in baltimore and new york. pleasant 80 and flip-flops in miami. >> always jealous of miami this time of year. >>> if you can't believe this, there really actually is a santa claus. he looks the part, acts the part and now living the part year round. the former frank pazuzzi has changed his name. it is even printed on his driver's license. >> he is officially santa claus. the rest of the year, 54-year-old construction worker and barbecue joint proprietor with a wife and four children. very unusual, but very well known name. >> i want to get his shirt. the shirt he had on underneath, every christmas sweater. >> more people have the christmas spirit all year around like that guy, the world would be a nicer place. congratulations to you, mr. santa claus. >> one has barbecue. >>> all right, coming up next, a special visit from our own santa claus. >> got to stay tuned for that. >> clearly, the low point of all of our morning. don't want to miss that. >> you can hear him coming already. >> oh, yeah. >>> but, first, today's holid
. boston up around 6. fog has developed in parts of the midwest the northern great lakes. omaha down to zero. minneapolis, just about. up there, it's cold enough up there to call it freezing fog. the other headline, the heat. hello, december, are you there yet? that's what everyone in the south plains is asking. the heat, look at this, san anga angelo, 78. a look across the nation. for now that's the big picture. let's get a check a little closer to home. >> a sunrise and a sunset from the south. from ft. lauderdale. thanks so much for sending them. he caught the light just perfectly. please find me on twitter. send me your sun rises or sunsets. >> never get your over geekry. love it. thank you, ginger. >>> the academy awards are just three months away and the show will air right here on abc. >> last night a-list stars turned out for a special ceremo ceremony. our cameron mathison was prowling the red carpet. >> reporter: blazing saddles. beauty and the beast. sherk. >> i know, i know. >> and the lion king. the creativity and clout of four men honored last night by hollywood heavywei
in parts of the midwest, the northern great lakes. omaha down to zero. minneapolis, just about. up there, it's cold enough up there to call it freezing fog. one of my favorite things to try to forecast. let's talk about the other headline, the heat. hello, december, are you there yet? that's what everybody in the south plains is asking. it has been dry the entire month of november. they haven't done that for 115 years. the heat, look at this, san angelo, 78. dallas, 78, today. rapid city will likely break a record at 74. i'll leave you with a look across the nation. for now that's the big picture. >> i have a sunrise and a sunset from the south, from ft. lauderdale. a beautiful way to start your day. take that one in. thanks so much for sending them. then the sunset. can you imagine being here and seeing this? he caught the light just perfectly. thank you for sending those. please find me on twitter. send me your sunrises or sunsets. or really, anything else. >> never get your over weather geekery. we love it. i wouldn't know what to do with that stuff. thank you, ginger. appreciate it.
are levels attained over extended periods in the past. permit me a decent from the or kl of omaha. the average of our past revenue is not sufficient to sustain our future. in fact, it wasn't even enough to support our past. only three times in the past 50 years has the 18% been enough to balance the budget. the only recent balancing came during the clinton era when growth was strong. from 19.5% of the overall economy to 20.6%. by bump. ing along with 18%, we have built the national debt that dominates the political discussion and it's going to get worse if we stay there. the future debt we're talking and worrying about is driven by two things. health care and old people. the coming years are going to have more of both. today the elderly make up 13% of the population. by 2050, they are expected to be 20%. that means you'll need to spend a lot more on social security and medicare. and we hope will keep happening and that will push the cost higher. the future turns out to be expensive. that's simply the reality of it. and opposing tax increases doesn't change that reality. there's no
questions. why would the port approve these expenses? why omaha burse them? >> this is all part of the investigation. we're going to get to the bottom of the mart. >> they are doing this because they think they can get away with it. >> reporter: marvin brown is a professor of business ethics and author of the book "corporate ethics." most people do what they think is right, considering the world that they think they live in. so what these events tell us is that the kind of world that has been created by the people managing the port of oakland. >> reporter: as for lawrence dunnigan, mr. dunnigan, this is eric rasmussen, we tried to reach him repeatedly and we're still waiting for a response. >>> we're outraged! the media has exposed what we have known all along. >> what we uncovered set off a series of protests by oakland port workers. as you can see workers were furious after our first story and disrupted the very next board meeting. our report put the port's top officials and board on the defensive and launched a series of investigations. within a week of our first story the
of thousands of homes and businesses. omaha, where the storm virtually shut down were of the city, schools, stores, banks, all closed, as folks brace for a foot of snow. you can see how wide this storm system is with wind advisory from the upper northwest to the gulf of mexico. in south alabama, a possible tornado tore the roof off of this family business just outside of mobile, alabama, the owner says she is thankful the community is helping clean up. >> the birds in the streets are in shake and on the ground. it has been, a lot worse than i thought it would be. >>shepard: it is not over. rick is in the extreme weather center. this is going to go away, right? rick: it will. we have another 24 hours. the rain before it moves off to the northeast and we still have the snow to deal with and tornado threats across the south so we are not done with it yet crossing into the appalachians and the heavy snow across wisconsin and iowa and it is windy and chicago, they have gone 290 days without having any kind of snow and that is about to change in two hours as it moves in and they will get 2" to 4
. lincoln to omaha parts of iowa and in towards parts of the great lakes. even see parts of this across the appalachians by the time we are done with this on saturday. >> in the middle of a blizzard tornadoes? >> exact same storm there is a warm side of that storm. that we have a threat for tornadoes right here in the lower mississippi river valley tonight. it moves off to the east tomorrow. so that threat tomorrow is across parts of the manhattan mid-atlantic and the south. be careful the tornadoes if we do see any will be in the overnight hours of course that's very dangerous. shep? >> shepard: rick reichmuth in the weather center, thank you. when it comes to disasters, all states are not we'll prepared. blernt determined that maryland, mississippi, north carolina vermont and wisconsin are most ready to handle things like disease outbreaks. stacyers and bioterrorism. the study finds the least prepared are kansas and montana. i'm shepard smith. this is the fox report. it's the bottom of the hour, time for the top of the news. we had to to know something had to be wrong with the man in
are blowing, power lines snapped. 38,000 customers without power in the omaha area. back on interstate 35 near ft. dodge, iowa, blinding snow caused this 35-car pileup. two people are dead because of that. there could be another foot of snow on the way to parts of the midwest. meteorologist karen maginnis joins us with the latest. what are you hearing right now, karen? >> the form is moving rapidly through the great lakes. it's ushered in snowfall in places like chicago and northern illinois that have not seen snow for 290 days. that is a record. this imagery coming out of williamsburg, iowa, you may see two people kind of sliding on the ice as they are being blown across a layer of ice on the roadway by 60 mile-an-hour winds and then in ames, iowa, kevin says the visibility was down to about 100 feet and it's the heaviest snowfall they've seen so far this season but also the heaviest snowfall that they've seen since 2009. middleton, wisconsin, most snow since 2009. what happens in the next 24 hours, we're looking at this core of the system making its way into the northeast. still some snowfal
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